• Understand the science we use to monitor the removal of invasive alien algae

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    Please JOIN US at BYO Bowl on March 4 between 10 am – 9 pm.  20% of all purchases will be donated to MM!   MM staff will be on site to talk about invasive alien algae in the Bay. You must present this digital flyer or a print out at check out. Thank you for your support!

Habitat Restoration

Learn about our Huki programs and the exciting new partnership with Pono Pacific.

Regulations in Maunalua Bay

 Click here to learn about regulations in Maunalua Bay.

HCA Maunalua Watershed Snapshot Poster 2016

Opportunities for involvement in community initiatives

Participate in the Maunalua Bay Recreational Advisory Committee (MRAC) process to address commercial and recreational use of the bay.

Join the Maunalua Watershed Snapshot Team to address ahupua`a health in the Maunalua region.



Sign up or request to volunteer for a huki.

Why support Mālama Maunalua?


For the Bay

Everything we do serves our mission to restore and conserve the biological and cultural treasure that is Maunalua Bay.


For the Future

We believe it is all of our kuleana to work together towards a healthy, sustainable Maunalua Bay for our children and grandchildren.


For Life

We work closely with residents, scientists, and businesses to to improve the economic and cultural well-being of our community.

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We love our interns!

Our interns are invaluable as they provide extra hands, fresh ideas, and the opportunity for MM to accomplish more and spread the impact of our mission. In turn, the intern receives rich learning experiences in natural resource management (e.g., outreach, public speaking, research and monitoring). Each year, MM is fortunate to host 5-10 interns. Right now, MM would like to give a shout out to our current interns, Louise, Elizabeth, and Kris. Email info@malamamaunalua.org for more information about internships with MM.
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Shout out to our wonderful science advisor Ralph Dykes!

Ralph has been volunteering with MM since 2006, starting during his tenure as a high school science teacher at Punahou School. He is now MM’s Science Advisor Volunteer, who plays a key role in the Huki Project by leading algae and seagrass monitoring. Ralph also supports Huki events by assisting the Community Huki Leaders as needed, and using his extensive knowledge of marine science to identify the algae, macroinvertebrates, and other critters that are found in the Bay during restoration activities.

Mahalo, Ralph, for your hard work and dedication.
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